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Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve

   Vigil Mass                 4:30 pm

   Organ Concert         11:00 pm

   Mass at Night          12:00 am

Christmas Day            10:00 am

 
Sunday Masses
8:30am
11:00am
5:15pm

Weekday Masses
Tuesday - Friday
5:15pm

 

New Daily Mass Schedule

Beginning January 2, the Daily Mass Schedule will be as follows:

Monday:        5:15 pm 

Tuesday:       NO MASS

Wednesday:   9:00 am 

Thursday:      5:15 pm 

Friday:           9:00 am 

 

January 1:

Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God

10:00am 


(Unless otherwise noted in the church bulletin.)

 
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277 S. 4th St.
(corner of Dr. M. L. King, Jr Ave. & 4th)
Memphis, TN
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901-527-2542

 
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This Week's Activities - Sunday, December 21, 2014

 12/21 Sunday

·       Sunday by Sunday Adult Bible Study and Faith Sharing, Center, 9:45am

·       Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Atria, 9:45am 

·       Soup on Sunday, Center, 1:00am 

 12/23 Tuesday

·       Mass, Chapel, 5:15pm

12/24 Wednesday

·       Sunday Gospel Reflection, Library, 7:30am

·       Christmas Vigil Mass, Church, 4:30pm

·       Organ Concert, Church, 11:00pm

·       Mass at Night, Church, 12:00am

 12/25 Thursday

Christmas Day

·       Mass during the Day, Church, 10:00am

 

12/26 Friday

Parish Office Closed

·       Mass, Chapel, 5:15pm

 12/28 Next Sunday

·       More Than a Meal, Center, 1:00am 

Please bring desserts

 
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St. Patick's Parish Misssion StatementSt. Patick's Parish Misssion Statement


The Mission of St. Patrick’s Catholic Community is to proclaim and to live the Gospel message of unconditional love, healing and reconciliation through prayer, celebration and action on behalf of justice as a sign of hope for all God’s people.

“…Jesus also sent his apostles and disciples on a mission – to preach the Gospel, the good news that Jesus was and is the Messiah. Just like Jesus they preached the coming of the kingdom. In that way the disciples and apostles gathered people into a new family, a family that we know today as the Church.”

Living Our Catholicism . . . That Our Joy May Be Complete by Bishop J. Terry Steib, SVD (page 20)

 

  
 
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St. Patrick's Catholic Church was founded in 1866 in the location it stands today, at the corner of Fourth and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue (formerly Linden Ave.)

Here we hope that you'll find a variety of information about our church: Mass times, information on St. Patrick School, Ministries, joining our Church, etc. 

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Thanks for visiting, we hope you come visit us for Mass.

 
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